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See also libéro, and Libero

English

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
libero

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  1. (soccer) A sweeper.
  2. (volleyball) A designated back-row player intended to be used as a ball-control specialist.

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Galician

Verb

libero

  1. first-person singular present indicative of liberar.

Italian

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] līber

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈlibero/

Adjective

libero m (f libera, m plural liberi, f plural libere)

  1. free (not imprisoned or enslaved)
    Un uomo libero.
    A free man.
  2. clear, unobstructed (without blockages)
    Il passaggio era libero.
    The passage was clear.
  3. free (without obligations)
    Tempo libero.
    Free time./Leisure time.
  4. free (that does not have to be paid for)
    Ingresso libero.
    Free admission.
  5. free (as in "free software")
    Software libero.
    Free software.

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Verb

libero [[Category:Template:lang:it verb forms|libero]]

  1. first-person singular present tense of liberare

Latin

Pronunciation

Verb

present active līberō, present infinitive līberāre, perfect active līberāvī, supine līberātum.
  1. I free, liberate
    Camillus Romam ex obsidione Gallorum liberavit.
    Camillus liberated Rome from the siege of the Gauls.
  2. I release, deliver
  3. I absolve, acquit

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